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Contents

Included In This Guide? ...................................................................................................................................................... 2

Getting Prepped ................................................................................................................................................................................. 4

Apps to Try Out Going Back to School ................................................................................................................ 6

Start with a Bang!

Develop an Eective Study Planner .................................................................................................................... 9

Methods for an Eective Study Plan ................................................................................................................... 10

5 Ways Online Learning Works ............................................................................................................................11

Develop Your Very Own Smart Goals .................................................................................................................13

Keep on Top of Things

Top 5 Study Tips to Achieve your Study Goals ...........................................................................................15

How to Stop Procrastination: 4 Tips to Help You Study ..............................................................................17

Essay Writing: Top Tips for Writing an Essay ..........................................................................................19

That Extra 10%

Study Hacks to Help You Learn Better ............................................................................................................... 23

A Bigger Brain .............................................................................................................................................................25

What is ExamTime? ..............................................................................................................................................................29

See What Others Say ............................................................................................................................................................31

Revolutionize Your Study! .................................................................................................................................................33

Notes .........................................................................................................................................................................................35

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Many of you will be returning to school or university


after your holidays. This usually brings with it a mix
of dread but also a desire to prepare for the year
ahead and ensure that you get the best possible
exam results.

This guide will give you:


Awesome Learning Strategies
Great Study Ideas & Hacks
Some of The Coolest Apps To Download
Setting Goals For The Year
Neat Essay Writing Tips
How to deal with Procrastination and lots,
lots more..
After reading this guide you'll be inspired and
motivated to achieve your study goals for the year ahead!

Never Do Tomorrow What You Can Do Today


Procrastination is the Thief of Time"

Charles Dickens

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Going back to School or university bring with it mixed emotions. Some kids love it, some fear it with
everything inside them. The fact is that as soon as week one is over you will begin to wonder what all the fuss
was. However, one thing is certain; going back prepared will ease any tension ever so slightly. With that in
mind, take out your pen and start ticking these boxes.

Back to School Essentials

An Extra Pair of Ears


Aka headphones, and good ones. It's totally worth spending a little extra for noise cancelling ones because
you'll be amazed at how many hours you'll spend with them on. From studying, to watching movies, to
simply trying to block out noise, headphones are a necessity.

Practical Backpacking
Obviously we all want to look our best, but that can be a real struggle when you're lugging around 20 pounds
of textbook and laptop. Find a good solid bag, preferably a backpack. A good bag will save you from some
serious back pain. Alternatively, reduce the load and keep all your notes
online.

Universal Serial Bus


Translation: the USB, a de inite back to school essential. We're living in
the 21st century, so anticipate your laptop becoming your best friend
and much of your notes all being typed. Sure emails are great, but they
don't always cut it, especially when you're borrowing an entire GB of
notes from last semester's English class.

Stationary & Lots of it


Binders, folders, sleeves for all of your hand-outs. Pencils, pens in as many dierent colours as possible.
Technical equipment if you need it. The list is endless. You don't want to be that person on day one who is
leaning over asking the person beside you for a lend.
Get used to using apps to assist you in almost everything. From route planners to bus timetables, alarm
clocks to digital notes. These are the things that are going to help you through these next few months.

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Apps to Try Out Going Back to School

Dropbox - Everyone knows Dropbox, but if you don't, it is a must for all students. You can use it to save your
work, share it with other users and access it at any time, any place.

Mint - Mint is an app that will help you stop wasting money on unnecessary things. Budget management is
one of the greatest responsibilities that come with your new life, and Mint will help you solve it eortlessly.

Wunderlist - Wunderlist is one of the greatest time-management apps that students can use for free on any
device. You can do virtually every organizational activity with this app, including to-do lists and reminders.

Project Gutenberg - Project Gutenberg provides you with access to thousands of free e-books, so you
will easily ind the book needed for your literature class.

*Of course, dont forget to sign-up to ExamTime ;)

Study hard, for the well is deep, and our brains are
shallow.
Richard Baxter

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Whenever I was returning to School or University after a


break, and starting into a new year, I was always illed with this
ire in my belly that this time I'll keep on top of things. What I
found however was that after initially doing some great work,
this ire soon dissipated. Eventually I learned how to keep this
ire burning all year long and how to study to the best of my
abilities!

This guide is intended for those of you out there who also have this ire (or want to have it!) and want to
know how best to utilise the surge of proactivity. Reading this guide will show you how to keep on top of
your study for the year ahead or how to re-ignite the ire once it goes out.

We'll explore the importance of maintaining this mind-set, of inding your underlying motivations for
studying and how best to plan for the year ahead. There are plenty of tips and advice on how to eectively
study. This guide won't give you any silver bullet that will end procrastination, no magic formula that will
help you cram for your exams in 24 hours. It will simply outline some tried and tested techniques that, when
followed, will greatly improve your study.

The Best Laid Schemes of Mice and Men Often Go Awry"


John Steinbeck's, 'Of Mice and Men'

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Develop an Eective Study Planner

As every student knows, a well laid out study planner is going to be crucial in getting through the year
successfully with the grades you want. We kid you not when we say that an online study planner can help
you.

The Study Calendar above is just an example of what you can create with your ExamTime account. You can
add the subjects you are studying for and allocate how many hours a day you plan on studying them for.
Don't panic, there is plenty of space for social activities too. The bene its of setting study goals and study
tasks are numerous. Your study time immediately becomes more productive as you know exactly what you
should be studying. You will get a better return than if you simply started to study a random topic. Your
study becomes more productive and your study is of a higher quality- it's a win-win.

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Methods for an Eective Study Plan

Be Realistic: Determine the number of hours you will have to study during the day and throughout the week.
Be realistic and seek to balance your study routine with your social life and hobbies but also include time to
rest.

Understand your Routine: Choose the best time to study for you. Once you decide what works best for you,
stick with it. Get plenty of sleep as you need to be in tip top shape for eective study habits.

Organize your Time: Divide your study plan up according to the number of topics/subjects you need to have
covered before your exams. For example, if you have 8 subjects and you have 2 months before the exam then
study 2 subjects per day and assign a day of the week for general exercises and rest.

Keep it Interesting: Feel free to shake up your weekly plan if you feel it is becoming too boring. Whether that
means moving from a desk to study pod or getting up at an earlier or later time, don't be afraid to try out
dierent methods. Who knows what will work.

To acquire knowledge, one must study;


but to acquire wisdom, one must observe.

Marilyn Vos Savant

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5 Ways Online Learning Works

Online learning is the big buzz term at the moment. It is nothing new to us here at ExamTime as we just love
it. Think about each of the ways it can bene it you. From saving time to saving trees and not to mention the
cost eectiveness, it's no wonder many institutions are moving toward online learning.

1. Learn Anywhere - Once you have an internet connection and a charge, you can learn any time, any place
using your Smartphone, tablet or laptop.

2. Tech Savvy Kids - Let's face it, students these days are more tech savvy than their adult counterparts and
that trend is only going to continue. You guys like technology and screens so we have given you study tools
that are available online.

3. Cost Eective - We all know how expensive text books can be. Thanks to online learning, a teacher can
upload lengthy passages of text and notes using various Notes Software tools. These can then be accessed
by students to print and keep.

Of mice and men note on ExamTime.com

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4. Data Retention - Notes and copybooks are all too easily lost. Paper was never made to be an indestructible
material and it most likely never will be. From spillages to the family dog, notes and answers can be lost in an
instant, but with online notes, parents, teachers and students can keep their notes safe and sound up in the
cloud.

5. Share Knowledge - Everywhere you look these days you are encouraged to share. Learning is no dierent.
With one touch of a button a user can share Biology Flashcards with a friend hundreds of miles away.

Biology lashcards on ExamTime.com

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Develop Your Very Own Smart Goals

The new school year looms and now is the time when you need to start focusing on those Smart Goals. But
don't worry; we understand that one of the hardest parts of putting those goals together is actually deciding
what they are going to be. Wouldn't it be handy if someone had taken the time to put together some
examples for you It just so happens ExamTime have:

In the Mind Map above, you can see an example of how exactly your Smart Goals can be laid out. Take the
actual titles we used or feel free to include your own and remove some of ours. Stick to these goals as the
year progresses and you will achieve exam success in your chosen area.

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Top 5 Study Tips to Achieve your Study Goals

In this section we share our top study tips to help you understand how to learn and improve memory! Use
this quick study tips guide to see how you can improve your study skills and get yourself on track to
achieving those A's.

Study Tip #1

Understand your study topics in your own words: Your


teacher or lecturer can explain something to you, you
can learn it from a text book, your friends can study with
you, even your own notes can explain it to you but all
these explanations are of little use if, by the end, you
can't explain what you have learned to yourself. If you
don't understand a study concept that you need to
illustrate in an exam to get top exam results, then you
won't be happy with your end exam result. To combat
this, get into the habit of explaining whatever it is you
are studying, in your own words, so you understand
your study notes. The key to help improve your memory
is to understand what you've learned when you are
studying it. So don't just memorise and tick o the list make sure you understand your theory.

Study Tip #2

Don't be afraid to ask study questions: Of course, depending on what you're studying, it may be quite
dif icult to get into a position to understand a concept, theory or other information you need to learn. This is
where it is invaluable to ask questions of your teachers, lecturers or other educators. Don't be afraid of
asking a 'stupid' question there really is no such thing when it comes to study and learning! Embrace your
curiosity, for as William Arthur Ward said: Curiosity is the wick in the candle of learning. Doing so will
allow you to ill in the blanks and better prepare you for exams.

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Study Tip #3

Get Creative with online study tools: Don't feel obliged to just sit in front of a book with a highlighter; there
are many dierent ways to study. You should pick whatever works for you. Try using as many study tools
and techniques as possible to help you study better and ind what works best for you. Perfect examples of
such study tools would be online lashcards, mind maps, mnemonics, online study planners, video and
audio resources. Login to your ExamTime account now to access your free online study tools; mind maps,
lashcards, study quizzes and notes and bring your study notes with you wherever you are

Study Tip #4

Quiz yourself: Once you feel you understand a concept or a topic, it is


important to test yourself on it. Try and replicate exam conditions as
much as possible: turn your phone o, don't talk, time yourself etc. You
can set yourself a study quiz or practice exam questions and, so long as
you approach it with the right mind-set, you can get a very good idea of
how much you know. You gain a greater insight into where you stand in
relation to what you've studied so far. Also, it will give you some much
need exam preparation, making the actual exam a more comfortable
experience.

Study Tip #5

Set your study goals and create a lexible study plan: In order to achieve exam success you need to know
what you want to achieve. That's why it is extremely important to set your Study Goals now and outline to
yourself what you need to do. With your study goals in mind and your end of year exams weeks and months
away it makes sense to have a lexible study plan as opposed to a rigid one. The closer you get to your exams
the more concrete your study plan should be, but at this point it should be porous. It should be broad
enough to allow you to add and change aspects but concise enough so you know you're covering each
subject/topic as best you can at this point.

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How to Stop Procrastination: 4 Tips to Help You Study

In this section we are going to outline four common mindsets that you should change in order to avoid
procrastination. Take a look at our four ways to stop procrastination below:

1) Steps Vs Tasks

One common tip to help you stop procrastination is to divide your goals
into smaller steps. This is a very good study tip but the problem with this
mind-set is that it imposes a linear structure on your goals; you need to
complete one step before you can move on to another. Switching
emphasis from completing study in a linear fashion to doing a number of
study tasks from a larger list will give you greater freedom to choose. You
will no longer be able to say 'Well, I can't study X because I haven't
studied Y'. This is an important distinction to make when it comes to
ways to avoid procrastination because as soon as you complete one study task, you are more motivated to
complete others. You also don't limit yourself into 'having' to do something since you will have many study
options to choose from, you can pick the subject that appeals to you to study most on the day.

2) 'All Procrastination is a waste of time'

It can be easy to label all procrastination as a waste of time but often time's people do many worthwhile
study tasks in order to put o doing something they don't want to do. For example, someone may respond to
their emails simply because they don't want to do an arduous study task. No one would say that replying to
emails is waste of time, but in the context of the larger study task they become less important. The real
problem here is a lack of proper prioritization.

To help combat this and stop procrastination, you need to get into the mindset that everything you do has its
own value for you, What you need to sort out is your priorities. A common way of combating this is to
reward doing an arduous study task with a smaller one you enjoy.

3) Divide tasks by how long they take to complete

The way to divide up your study tasks is by how long they take to complete. A study task shouldn't take you
any longer than a half hour; this may vary, however, from person-to-person for some it could be 15 minutes,
others an hour. If you have designated yourself a study task and you know it is going to take longer than an

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hour then you need to break this task down further to make it manageable. Breaking tasks down into their
simplest components is a great way to stop procrastination. Don't say to yourself 'I need to write an essay',
break it down into what it actually entails: I need to plan my essay, research my essay, write my opening
paragraph, write paragraph #1, write paragraph #2, write paragraph #3, write conclusion, reference my
essay etc.

There are many other aspects you could break your essay into but having a list of smaller study tasks makes
them easier to complete. Having study tasks divided in such a way makes it easier for you to utilize the
mind-set outlined under study tip #1. As soon as you see you are making progress your motivation will
increase and your levels of procrastination will decrease.

4) De ine your boundaries

Benjamin Franklin said that the best way to be productive is to split your days into one third work, one third
play and one third rest. This is a pretty good rule of thumb. However, many of us chastise ourselves when we
spend our time pursuing the latter two options of play and rest when we still have work to do. This is a mind-
set you need to change.

So long as you have accomplished a planned number of tasks then the need for guilt should dissipate; even
though you may still have much more work to inish, the fact that you completed a certain amount of it today
should be a cause for celebration. As such you should get into the habit of taking time to celebrate and
reward yourself for your work. Studying by following this theory will help you ind ways to stop
procrastinating, improve your study and help you learn.

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Essay Writing: Top Tips for Writing an Essay

1. Plan your Essay Structure

Putting the eort into planning your essay can demonstrate that you know what you're talking about and
that you deserve a good grade. Start o by brainstorming some ideas on topics to discuss in your article and
researching the concept you will be exploring. Planning your essay before you begin putting pen to paper or
inger to keyboard can help you focus and include all relevant information. Students can use Mind Maps to
outline an essay or assignment as a they can represent a visual overview of key discussion points and any
other information to be highlighted to the reader in an essay. See example below how you can use Mind
Maps to plan the structure of your essay:

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2. Demonstrate your Knowledge

An essay is a way of showing the reader that you know the answer to the question posed. After your
introductory paragraph, you should delve into the main content of your academic essay such as the
principles of a theory, analysis of literature, the reasons for or against an argument and your opinion
depending on the question type.

As is the case with many students, you may know the answer but ind it hard to demonstrate this in a written
assignment or exam question. Avoid digressing and ensure that you answer the actual question asked. For
bonus points, include examples where you can or relevant quotes from experts. Often, it's the extra
information like this that earns students the grade they receive.

3. Adapt your Writing Style

Rule number one of essay writing; know your audience. If you are writing an academic essay, your writing
should be fairly formal and impersonal. University assignments often focus on analysis and synthesis of
information whereas writing an essay in high school requires theoretical principles and the reporting of
key facts.

As well as adapting your writing style for your audience, there are 4 main types of essays you may need to
adapt your writing style to; narrative essays, descriptive essays, expository essays and persuasive essays.
Once you understand who your audience is and which type of essay is required, you will know how to
present compelling content.

You can't study the darkness by looding it with light.

Edward Abbey, The Best of Edward Abbey

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4. Use Online Tools and Apps

A seasoned writer will have tools such as Thesaurus.com and Daily Writing Tips bookmarked for ef iciency.
There are also a host of free student apps such as The Oxford Dictionary and JumpCut which can help rescue
you from writers block.

If you are already signed up to ExamTime, you can use our free online learning tools for essay writing also.
As above, our Mind Maps are perfect for planning the structure of your essay. Flashcards are a great way to
gather useful grammar tips or words you want to include in the inal paper. As you can generate a Note from
your Mind Map plan, this will help you save time when inalising your assignment.

5. Avoid the Worst Academic Sin

Many universities take plagiarism so seriously that a student can be asked to leave the institution if found
guilty of this major academic sin. Plagiarism - the worst academic sin. There are some useful plagiarism
sites which will check your work to see if it is in danger of being marked as plagiarism. Ensure that you have
read your university's plagiarism policy and referencing guide before including information from an
external source. If you are writing your dissertation or thesis, this knowledge is especially signi icant.

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Study Hacks to Help You Learn Better

Walk Before an Exam

It's been proven that exercise can boost your memory and brain power. Research conducted by Dr. Chuck
Hillman of the University of Illinois provides evidence that about 20 minutes exercise before an exam can
improve performance.

Speak Out Loud Instead of Simply Reading

Although this may make you look a little crazy, give it a go! You will be surprised how much more you can
remember when you've said it out loud. Warning: Don't try this in a crowded library!

Teach What You Have Learned

The best way to test if you really understand something is to try to teach it to someone else. If you can't get
anyone to listen to you explain the Pythagorean Theorem, why not teach a class of stued animals!

Reward Yourself with a Treat

There are many ways to integrate a reward system into your study
habits. Here's a simple way to motivate yourself to study with
Gummy Bears.

Draw Diagrams

Drawing diagrams will help you to visualise infomation


which would be hard to describe. This creates a visual memory in your mind which can be recalled in an
exam. You may even be asked to draw or label diagrams such as the human heart in your exam so get
practicing!

Meditate

Studies say that meditation can help students stay focused when studying. Not only will meditation help
you concentrate when studying but it will help reduce pre-exam stress as it improves both mental and
physical health.

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Times New Roman is the Fastest Font to Read

Simply put there's a reason why Times New Roman is the default font on most applications!

Practice, Practice, Practice

Practicing sample answers to past exam questions can help train your brain to retrieve information. Create
realistic, exam-like conditions and test your understanding by using the ExamTime Quiz tool.

Use Scents or Gum to Jog Your Memory

This may seem a bit random but spraying an unfamiliar scent while you're studying can help jog your
memory when you spray it again just before an exam. Chewing a strange kind of gum will work the same
way.

A creative man is motivated by the desire to achieve, not by


the desire to beat others.
Ayn Rand

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A Bigger Brain

Are you fed up of walking into a room, only to completely forget why you're in there? Trust us, we've been
there. Luckily though, here are some top tips and tricks on how to improve memory:

Play Games & Mind Mapping

Nowadays, improving your memory can be lots of fun by using a wide range of games and apps designed to
train our brains without us even realising it. Check out free games from BBC Brainsmart and Brain Metrix or
even the Mind Map tools right here on ExamTime. Mind Maps are a great way to get an overview of a project
or plan and visually are great to look at. Studies show that aesthetically pleasing concepts make
memorising new information easier.

Take a Deep Breath

This is a little technical, so bear with us, but if you switch your breathing pattern to a slow, deep rhythm,
you'll actually make your brain change to Theta waves something that usually happens during a
hypnagogic sleep. These waves make you more receptive to new information, so it'll be easier for you to
remember things that you learn during this state.

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Embrace Spaced Repetition

Your brain has to deal with a lot of information every moment of every day and remembering it all would be
next to impossible. In fact, instantly forgetting information is an important skill. But as a result, you need a
way to inform your brain about information that you need to keep.

Spaced repetition is exactly that a way to tell your brain to enter information into your long-term memory.
It works by showing you the same information at increasingly long intervals, for example:

You might see a Flashcard for the irst time

Then see it again after 1 minute

If you remember it after 1 minute, don't look at it again for another 10 minutes

And then for an entire day, week, month and so on.

Every time you remember the information correctly, the gap will increase

Until you don't see that card for months or years

But you remember it

You can use spaced repetition with a whole deck (or virtual deck) of facts that you need to learn. This is a
particularly popular method for language learning.

Be Positive

The more that you tell yourself and everyone around you that your memory is bad, the longer you'll
continue to have a 'bad memory'. Many experts believe that memory is actually like a muscle if you train, it
will get stronger, unless there's something deeply wrong. So stop making excuses and start training! Adopt
a positive mindset and you'll be surprised at what you can achieve.

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Use Mnemonics

Trying to remember arbitrary facts and igures can be a nightmare and the reason is often because these
words and numbers don't mean anything to you. To make them mean something, simply attach each word,
or even letter, to a dierent symbol in your mind. This can be literal for instance, remembering the famous
nurse Florence's surname by imagining an armoured knight battling through heavy wind or you can
replace each word with another, more memorable word with the same irst letter. Learn more about using
mnemonic rules by reading study tip 8 in our popular article How to Study: 10 Study Tips to Improve Your
Learning.

Do Some Exercise

Regular workouts aren't just bene icial for your body. Studies have shown that aerobic exercise can improve
circulation (see above image), which means a more ef icient brain and prevention of age-induced memory
loss. You don't need to be an athlete to implement these changes, though a daily half-hour walk will help to
improve your memory.

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Grow Some Rosemary

Gardening is often lauded as a worthwhile pursuit which is bene icial to the health of both body and mind.
However, if you plant some rosemary, you'll be doing yourself an even bigger favour. The scent of rosemary
is said to help aid memory and as it's been used to boost recall since the ancient Greeks, we reckon there
must be something in it.

Build Yourself A Mind Palace

Mind palaces have been popular recently thanks to their use on the program Sherlock in which the famous
detective uses a mind palace to remember virtually everything he ever sees or hears. Mind palaces actually
are real and although they don't work in exactly the same way that Sherlock's does, they are similar and very
eective. Building your irst palace takes some work and there is a lot to think about, so if you're interested,
here is a complete guide.

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ExamTime is a free online learning platform that aims to modernize the classroom by integrating
technology into the learning process. With ExamTime you can quickly create dynamic study resources such
as Mind Map, Flashcards, Digital Notes, Quizzes and a Study Planner online. As well as this, ExamTime
provides the ability to share these resources easily so other people can engage with the learning resources
you created and it becomes a collaborative process. Another advantage of ExamTime is that it can be used
on any device with an internet connection so you can easily access your study resources from anywhere at
any time. In this way, you no longer have to carry heavy books and notes from one place to another, since
everything is stored online.

ExamTime helps thousands of students around the world to create their own resources and study in a way
that suits their style.

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When it comes to the ExamTime platform, nothing speaks louder than the opinion and statements of our
current users, of which we currently have over 600,000. See what just some of them are saying and note the
dierent areas of study they are all engaged in.

Lauren Making a time table on excel from scratch was very time consuming and a scary prospect
therefore I have found ExamTime an amazing resource.

James The boredom aspect of revision always bothered me. Due to the fact ExamTime is computerized it
is more engaging.

Frankie It has helped me to learn de initions a lot more easily, and it really helped with my English exam
because I looked at other people's Mind Maps.

Paul Useful revision strategies for my inal year exam - English Literature degree in BA (Hons)

Jake Previously I was reluctant to consolidate my work as I went through my course (Law) - this has made
it interactive and not boring, so I have been doing it so far. I'm very happy with the service!

Joanna Flashcards mean that things are sticking in my head more.

Amina Two weeks ago we were attending a business lesson and our teacher let us revise on computer.
One of the students found a website and she told everyone. Now most of the people have an account on
ExamTime.

Tania This is fun; it nearly doesn't feel like studying.

Eleanor Previously, I found it dif icult to focus as I got bored of handwriting out Mind Maps. For some
reason, ExamTime has enabled me to stay focused and organize my ideas better. I get a sense of
achievement from having a neat, printed out Mind Map now.

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With ExamTime you can revolutionize the way you study. Of course, these are just a few ideas. You can
develop your own approach to studying with ExamTime and adapt the way you use it to meet your own
needs.

If you haven't already done so, we encourage you to sign-up to use ExamTime's free online study tools and
encourage your friends, teachers and classmates to do the same.

We're working every day to improve the experience of our users and improve our features. If you have any
comments or suggestions or just want to share your experience about how you use ExamTime, please email
us at feedback@examtime.com.

All the best,

The ExamTime Team

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